I have attended a language high school, so I am familiar with the process of learning new languages.
The Italian language is fascinating and interesting, but it may also look complicated. I can tell you from my own experience with learning languages, that communication and practice can fix this. Also, just like learning any new skill, it becomes more and more engaging as you improve.
I can follow your indications, depending on your level, on what interests you the most, and what kind of activity you prefer.
Contact me if you want to improve your skills, ciao :)
Like any other language, it takes time and practice. A good tutor is there to keep you going and inspire you, maybe also by giving you some interesting insights into the Italian culture. It is a matter of dedication, but it needs to be fun. Good communication with an Italian tutor will make it easier to spot the activities you like and to learn this language, even if you're not in Italy, but somewhere else.
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